British actor Aaron Eaton died suddenly earlier this week, at the age of just 29.
The ‘Brotherhood’ actor’s death comes barely a week after writer-director Noel Clarke’s film opened in cinemas.
The cause of death has not been confirmed at this time.
Clarke took to Twitter to pay tribute, saying “RIP Aaron. Spoke only a few days ago. I had more for you. Prayers to your family.”
Fellow ‘Brotherhood’ actor Stormzy also bid farewell to his co-star, tweeting, “This one has hit home I can’t lie. You had a kind heart and so many people will be broken by this, rest up my bro.”
‘Brotherhood’ is Eaton’s only screen credit. He appeared as Teardrop in the final installment in Clarke’s trilogy, following on from ‘Kidulthood’ and ‘Adulthood.’
Our deepest condolences to all who knew him.
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